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Santa Fe Honey Salon & Farm Shop
- Honey Salon: Local & Exotic raw, extra-virgin & unfiltered collections. - Honey Drinks - Fresh Bee Pollen - Honey Soaps - Skin Care Products - Southwestern Décor - Beeswax Candles - Chile Ristras - Fresh Eggs
554 Juanita St

505-780-8797
- Honey Salon: Local & Exotic raw, extra-virgin & unfiltered collections. - Honey Drinks - Fresh Bee Pollen - Honey Soaps - Skin Care Products - Southwestern Décor - Beeswax Candles - Chile Ristras - Fresh Eggs
Bubbly heArt Studio
Painting Partys for all ages- 2 hour class everything is included professional instructor to guide you step by step, 16X20 canvas for you to create your masterpiece to take home, paints, brushes, aprons & refreshments too! $35.00 must reserve in advance seating is limited.
703 Camino de la Familia #3102
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505-306-7286
Painting Partys for all ages- 2 hour class everything is included professional instructor to guide you step by step, 16X20 canvas for you to create your masterpiece to take home, paints, brushes, aprons & refreshments too! $35.00 must reserve in advance seating is limited.

Railyard Performance Center

Railyard Performance Center

1611 B Paseo de Peralta
Santa Fe, NM 87501
(505) 982-8309
LewAllen Galleries
LewAllen Galleries has been a pioneering force for contemporary and modern art for nearly 40 years, maintaining a robust schedule of exciting exhibitions, publications and educational programs each year. Its flagship location is an award-winning 14,000 square-foot, state-of-the-art, architecturally forward gallery building in the Santa Fe Railyard Arts District owned
1613 Paseo De Peralta
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505-988-3250
LewAllen Galleries has been a pioneering force for contemporary and modern art for nearly 40 years, maintaining a robust schedule of exciting exhibitions, publications and educational programs each year. Its flagship location is an award-winning 14,000 square-foot, state-of-the-art, architecturally forward gallery building in the Santa Fe Railyard Arts District owned
Blue Raven Theatre
Blue Raven Theatre is a theatrical production company, producing original comedies and dramas, with a touch of aerial dance. Blue Raven is producing a festival of new solo plays, by Talia Pura & Joyce Storey, at Warehouse 21, 1614 Paseo de Peralta (next to SITE Santa Fe) - August 9, 10 & 11, Friday and Saturday at 7:30, Sunday at 2:00.
No physical location. Visit website.

505-428-8508
Blue Raven Theatre is a theatrical production company, producing original comedies and dramas, with a touch of aerial dance. Blue Raven is producing a festival of new solo plays, by Talia Pura & Joyce Storey, at Warehouse 21, 1614 Paseo de Peralta (next to SITE Santa Fe) - August 9, 10 & 11, Friday and Saturday at 7:30, Sunday at 2:00.
La Choza
La Choza is a family owned and operated restaurant delighting locals and visitors craving New Mexican tradition. Experience a variety of hand shaken margaritas or local beers on tap while enjoying our award winning red and green chile, guacamole, fish tacos, chile rellenos, queso and sopaipillas. Located by the Railyard Park, outdoor seating, child friendly, pets welcome.
905 Alarid St
Santa Fe, NM 87505
5059201957
La Choza is a family owned and operated restaurant delighting locals and visitors craving New Mexican tradition. Experience a variety of hand shaken margaritas or local beers on tap while enjoying our award winning red and green chile, guacamole, fish tacos, chile rellenos, queso and sopaipillas. Located by the Railyard Park, outdoor seating, child friendly, pets welcome.
SITE Santa Fe
SITE Santa Fe is a contemporary art museum dedicated to presenting the art of our time. Here you won’t find a permanent collection of artworks but an ever-changing program of new art and new exhibitions by some of the most engaging, boundary-pushing, and influential artists working today, all housed in a new building designed by the award-winning SHoP Architects.
1606 Paseo de Peralta
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505-989-1199
SITE Santa Fe is a contemporary art museum dedicated to presenting the art of our time. Here you won’t find a permanent collection of artworks but an ever-changing program of new art and new exhibitions by some of the most engaging, boundary-pushing, and influential artists working today, all housed in a new building designed by the award-winning SHoP Architects.
El Museo Cultural de Santa Fe
El Museo, a center of Hispanic culture and learning, showcases and promotes Hispanic art, culture and history. With gallery space and a 200-seat theater, El Museo hosts its own programming as well as community events, classes and workshops.
555 Camino de la Familia
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505-992-0591
El Museo, a center of Hispanic culture and learning, showcases and promotes Hispanic art, culture and history. With gallery space and a 200-seat theater, El Museo hosts its own programming as well as community events, classes and workshops.
T's Candy, LLC

T's Candy, LLC

Chocolate Candies for pleasure, wedding favors, gift baskets, corporate events, banquet favors. Premium Semi-sweet dark chocolate is used to make chocolate/peanut butter candy, chocolates as truffles or in specialty shapes, as well as flavored chocolates - e.g. red chile or raspberry. Packaging or presentation can be customized to suit the event. Pricing is very competitive. Reference: Jeff Siembieda or Linda Perkins of ESPN/New Mexico Bowl (505-925-5999) Currently sell at the Santa Fe Community Fair (Farmer's Market location) on Sundays.

T's Candy, LLC

7421 Saratoga Ln.
Santa Fe, NM 87507
505-470-9865
Chocolate Candies for pleasure, wedding favors, gift baskets, corporate events, banquet favors. Premium Semi-sweet dark chocolate is used to make chocolate/peanut butter candy, chocolates as truffles or in specialty shapes, as well as flavored chocolates - e.g. red chile or raspberry. Packaging or presentation can be customized to suit the event. Pricing is very competitive. Reference: Jeff Siembieda or Linda Perkins of ESPN/New Mexico Bowl (505-925-5999) Currently sell at the Santa Fe Community Fair (Farmer's Market location) on Sundays.
El Museo Cultural de Santa Fe - Winter Market
Hosted by the non-profit El Museo Cultural de Santa Fe, the Winter Market at El Museo is an art-inspired weekend event that runs through May, 2016. A totally unique bazaar-style market filled with the antiques and vintage, folk and ethnic art that Santa Fe is famous for! Located in the Railyard and adjacent to the world-famous Santa Fe Farmers Market. Saturdays 8-3, Sundays 9-4. Admission is free.
555 Camino de la Familia
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505-466-2770
Hosted by the non-profit El Museo Cultural de Santa Fe, the Winter Market at El Museo is an art-inspired weekend event that runs through May, 2016. A totally unique bazaar-style market filled with the antiques and vintage, folk and ethnic art that Santa Fe is famous for! Located in the Railyard and adjacent to the world-famous Santa Fe Farmers Market. Saturdays 8-3, Sundays 9-4. Admission is free.
TAI Modern
TAI Modern is a fine arts gallery dedicated to exhibiting and supporting contemporary art in a variety of media, with a particular focus on Japanese bamboo art and baskets. We are committed to building the careers of our artists, providing expertise and guidance to collectors and presenting compelling exhibitions.
1601 Paseo de Peralta
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505-984-1387
TAI Modern is a fine arts gallery dedicated to exhibiting and supporting contemporary art in a variety of media, with a particular focus on Japanese bamboo art and baskets. We are committed to building the careers of our artists, providing expertise and guidance to collectors and presenting compelling exhibitions.
Second Street Brewery
The Second Street brewery staff works hard to present a neighborhood brewpub that is welcoming to all local residents and visitors alike. Here you can enjoy a fine handcrafted ale or lager with the delightful company of others….a place where truly everyone knows your name. Come on in for some classic pub fare and what we think is the best beer in all of New Mexico.
1814 2nd Street

87505
The Second Street brewery staff works hard to present a neighborhood brewpub that is welcoming to all local residents and visitors alike. Here you can enjoy a fine handcrafted ale or lager with the delightful company of others….a place where truly everyone knows your name. Come on in for some classic pub fare and what we think is the best beer in all of New Mexico.
Second Street Brewery at the Railyard
Specialty hand-crafted beer brewed on-site here in Santa Fe paired with creative American cuisine in a casual-urban, friendly environment. Check out our live music!
1607 Paseo de Peralta Suite 10
Santa Fe, NM 87505
505-989-3278
Specialty hand-crafted beer brewed on-site here in Santa Fe paired with creative American cuisine in a casual-urban, friendly environment. Check out our live music!
Railyard Park
A short walk from the plaza, the award-winning, 13-acre Railyard Park boasts 28 individual gardens, a vibrant children's play area and rotating public art installations all-year long. With their free workshops, classes and kids programs, you never know what might be happening in the Railyard Park.
740 Cerrillos Rd
Santa Fe, NM 87505
505-316-3596
A short walk from the plaza, the award-winning, 13-acre Railyard Park boasts 28 individual gardens, a vibrant children's play area and rotating public art installations all-year long. With their free workshops, classes and kids programs, you never know what might be happening in the Railyard Park.
Santa Fe Farmers' Market
Voted one of the “Top Ten Farmers’ Markets”, the Santa Fe Farmers’ Market is one of the oldest, largest, and most successful growers’ markets in the country. Serving more than 150 farmers and producers in 15 Northern New Mexico counties, the Market brings fresh food, education, and fun to our community and promotes small farms & sustainable agriculture in New Mexico!
1607 Paseo de Peralta
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505-983-4098
Voted one of the “Top Ten Farmers’ Markets”, the Santa Fe Farmers’ Market is one of the oldest, largest, and most successful growers’ markets in the country. Serving more than 150 farmers and producers in 15 Northern New Mexico counties, the Market brings fresh food, education, and fun to our community and promotes small farms & sustainable agriculture in New Mexico!
Railyard Artisan Market
The Railyard Artisan Market Art & Gift Galleria started in 2009 and represents a wide variety of New Mexico’s artists and craftspeople. The Sunday market offers a unique opportunity to enjoy local art and music inside the Farmers Market Pavilion. At the Railyard Artisan Market Art and Gift Galleria you'll find an array of local artist and skilled craftspeople in fine art, pottery, jewelry, sculpture, fiber arts, photography, hand-blown glass, herbal and natural body products. It's the perfect place to buy a gift for yourself or a loved one, or to find one-of-a-kind souvenir or memento. The Railyard Artisan Market includes Psychics & Healers for your entertainment. We now serve Farm Fresh breakfast and lunch, Drinks and Specialty Coffees! Featuring Live Music every Sunday! Bring the entire family to experience New Mexico’s best art market, every Sunday from 10 am till 4 pm inside the Santa Fe Farmers Market Pavilion. Enjoy local art & meet the artists! Inside all year round. 1607 Paseo de Peralta on the corner of Paseo de Peralta and Guadalupe. Free Parking!
1607 Paseo de Peralta Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505
Santa Fe, NM 87501
(505) 231-5803
The Railyard Artisan Market Art & Gift Galleria started in 2009 and represents a wide variety of New Mexico’s artists and craftspeople. The Sunday market offers a unique opportunity to enjoy local art and music inside the Farmers Market Pavilion. At the Railyard Artisan Market Art and Gift Galleria you'll find an array of local artist and skilled craftspeople in fine art, pottery, jewelry, sculpture, fiber arts, photography, hand-blown glass, herbal and natural body products. It's the perfect place to buy a gift for yourself or a loved one, or to find one-of-a-kind souvenir or memento. The Railyard Artisan Market includes Psychics & Healers for your entertainment. We now serve Farm Fresh breakfast and lunch, Drinks and Specialty Coffees! Featuring Live Music every Sunday! Bring the entire family to experience New Mexico’s best art market, every Sunday from 10 am till 4 pm inside the Santa Fe Farmers Market Pavilion. Enjoy local art & meet the artists! Inside all year round. 1607 Paseo de Peralta on the corner of Paseo de Peralta and Guadalupe. Free Parking!
Whoo's Donuts
Stop by Whoo's Donuts for the best donuts in Santa Fe. Enjoy a Blue Corn Blueberry Lavender donut with our organic locally roasted house blend coffee made fresh every day.
851-B Cerrillos Rd.
Santa Fe, NM 87505
505-629-1678
Stop by Whoo's Donuts for the best donuts in Santa Fe. Enjoy a Blue Corn Blueberry Lavender donut with our organic locally roasted house blend coffee made fresh every day.
The Chocolate Smith
Looking for the best hand-crafted dark chocolate in the world? Gourmet dark chocolate by The Chocolate Smith is made by hand using a bittersweet blend of dark chocolate and premium, fresh, local, and organic ingredients. Buy online for all occasions year 'round. Indulge in timeless chocolate classics or explore contemporary twists and regional flairs. Whichever your preference, be ready for an over-the-top chocolate experience.
851 Cerrillos Rd., Suite A
Santa Fe, NM 87505
(505) 473-2111
Looking for the best hand-crafted dark chocolate in the world? Gourmet dark chocolate by The Chocolate Smith is made by hand using a bittersweet blend of dark chocolate and premium, fresh, local, and organic ingredients. Buy online for all occasions year 'round. Indulge in timeless chocolate classics or explore contemporary twists and regional flairs. Whichever your preference, be ready for an over-the-top chocolate experience.
EVOKE Contemporary
EVOKE Contemporary is committed to exhibiting artwork that is provocative and compelling by a wide range of established to emerging American and international contemporary artists with a focus on figuration. The established artists of EVOKE Contemporary have a strong history of institutional shows and artwork in permanent museum collections. The gallery features some of the most recognized artists working today in the genres of figurative painting and sculpture including Alice Leora Briggs, Sean Cheetham, David Kassan, Jeremy Mann, Javier Marín, Patrick McGrath Muniz, Kristine Poole, Lee Price, Jorge Santos, Julie Speed, Aron Wiesenfeld, Kent Williams and Pamela Wilson. The gallery also represents some of the foremost American landscape painters such as Lynn Boggess, Julyan Davis, Francis Di Fronzo and Michael Workman. In addition, EVOKE Contemporary proudly represents the Estates of Louisa McElwain and Wade Reynolds. The gallery’s goal is to introduce relevant emerging artists and prominent established artists to provide collectors with the excitement of early acquisitions by up and coming artists, as well as that of mature talent in contemporary art. Located in the pre-eminent Railyard Arts District in the heart of Santa Fe, EVOKE Contemporary participates in the Last Friday Art Walks monthly – year round and is open Monday through Saturday 10am to 5pm.
550 South Guadalupe Street
Santa Fe, NM 87501
(505) 995-9902
EVOKE Contemporary is committed to exhibiting artwork that is provocative and compelling by a wide range of established to emerging American and international contemporary artists with a focus on figuration. The established artists of EVOKE Contemporary have a strong history of institutional shows and artwork in permanent museum collections. The gallery features some of the most recognized artists working today in the genres of figurative painting and sculpture including Alice Leora Briggs, Sean Cheetham, David Kassan, Jeremy Mann, Javier Marín, Patrick McGrath Muniz, Kristine Poole, Lee Price, Jorge Santos, Julie Speed, Aron Wiesenfeld, Kent Williams and Pamela Wilson. The gallery also represents some of the foremost American landscape painters such as Lynn Boggess, Julyan Davis, Francis Di Fronzo and Michael Workman. In addition, EVOKE Contemporary proudly represents the Estates of Louisa McElwain and Wade Reynolds. The gallery’s goal is to introduce relevant emerging artists and prominent established artists to provide collectors with the excitement of early acquisitions by up and coming artists, as well as that of mature talent in contemporary art. Located in the pre-eminent Railyard Arts District in the heart of Santa Fe, EVOKE Contemporary participates in the Last Friday Art Walks monthly – year round and is open Monday through Saturday 10am to 5pm.
Tiny's Restaurant & Lounge
Tiny's is a family owned and operated restaurant/lounge in Santa Fe for 67 years. Centrally located at the Southeast corner of Cerrillos Road & St. Francis Drive intersection. Near-by you see the Rail-Runner crossing the intersection numerous times daily from the entrance. Inside you can enjoy one of the Southwest’s great made from scratch kitchen offering, Native New Mexican Foods. Red Chile and Green Chile, indigenous to New Mexico and especially Santa Fe, compliments our Charbroiled Rib-Eye, Sirloin Steaks even ground beef as well as our homemade green chile rellenos, chicken enchiladas not to mention many other New Mexican Plates. A full bar offering gives one a feeling that can only be found when you know you've found a great place to eat, drink and dance. Tiny's has the bar area where Santa Fe’s best entertainment is offered, showing photographs, by Coad Miller, of local musicians adorning the walls. The dining room and surrounding interior of the patio area offers some of Coad’s other accomplishments, landscapes in oil paintings, displaying his love for the Southwest’s beauty. A beautiful patio can offer some solace from the busy bar/"old" dinning room antics while sipping a refreshing margarita, by the tranquil fountain of St. Francis that sits beside the shady cherry tree enveloping the patio, French doors open to the interior patio dinning area where perimeter seating boncos together with other seating offer a sizable seating area for nearly 90 guests. The out door patio seats almost 50 and the "old" dinning room/bar area seats another 90 for some spacious hospitality offerings at reasonable prices. There's nothing small about Tiny's! Come as you are bring the kids, we have a kids menu, they’ll love our cheese quesidillas or a Tiny burger with fries. Tiny's offers quality food, affordable prices, attentive service together with a great bar and weekend entertainment. Tiny’s offers many great reasons to come eat, drink, dance, sing, and just get away from the maddening crowd. Our entertainment hosts some of Santa Fe's better bands and even Karaoke on Saturday nights which leads you to the dance floor, all without a cover. So bring your hunger to be fed, your thirst to be quenched, your boots, paten-leather shoes, sneakers or loafers to dance.
1005 S St Francis Dr.
Santa Fe, NM 87505
505-983-1100
Tiny's is a family owned and operated restaurant/lounge in Santa Fe for 67 years. Centrally located at the Southeast corner of Cerrillos Road & St. Francis Drive intersection. Near-by you see the Rail-Runner crossing the intersection numerous times daily from the entrance. Inside you can enjoy one of the Southwest’s great made from scratch kitchen offering, Native New Mexican Foods. Red Chile and Green Chile, indigenous to New Mexico and especially Santa Fe, compliments our Charbroiled Rib-Eye, Sirloin Steaks even ground beef as well as our homemade green chile rellenos, chicken enchiladas not to mention many other New Mexican Plates. A full bar offering gives one a feeling that can only be found when you know you've found a great place to eat, drink and dance. Tiny's has the bar area where Santa Fe’s best entertainment is offered, showing photographs, by Coad Miller, of local musicians adorning the walls. The dining room and surrounding interior of the patio area offers some of Coad’s other accomplishments, landscapes in oil paintings, displaying his love for the Southwest’s beauty. A beautiful patio can offer some solace from the busy bar/"old" dinning room antics while sipping a refreshing margarita, by the tranquil fountain of St. Francis that sits beside the shady cherry tree enveloping the patio, French doors open to the interior patio dinning area where perimeter seating boncos together with other seating offer a sizable seating area for nearly 90 guests. The out door patio seats almost 50 and the "old" dinning room/bar area seats another 90 for some spacious hospitality offerings at reasonable prices. There's nothing small about Tiny's! Come as you are bring the kids, we have a kids menu, they’ll love our cheese quesidillas or a Tiny burger with fries. Tiny's offers quality food, affordable prices, attentive service together with a great bar and weekend entertainment. Tiny’s offers many great reasons to come eat, drink, dance, sing, and just get away from the maddening crowd. Our entertainment hosts some of Santa Fe's better bands and even Karaoke on Saturday nights which leads you to the dance floor, all without a cover. So bring your hunger to be fed, your thirst to be quenched, your boots, paten-leather shoes, sneakers or loafers to dance.


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